1. A Business Visa is a single entry Visit Visa (Index 211) for those travelling to Indonesia:

  • to conduct a governmental visit

  • to attend business meetings

  • to purchase goods

  • to participate in international exhibitions/fairs

  • to give lectures or attend seminars

  • as a foreign worker on probation period

  • as a crew to join a mode of transport stationed in Indonesia

  • to continue traveling to another country (transit)

  1. This visa allows you to stay up to 60 days in Indonesia, and visa extension can be applied at the nearest immigration office in Indonesia.

  2. Those travelling to Indonesia multiple times for business purposes might want to apply a Multiple Entry Visa (Index 212). This type of visa is valid for maximum 1 year and allows visitor to stay up to 60 days each visit.  To obtain this visa, the applicant needs to have a sponsor who should apply for visa approval at the Directorate General of Immigration in Jakarta.

  3. Business Visa must not be used for working, doing paid or commercial activities, or other business-related activities. Such activities require a Limited Stay Visa.

  4. Citizens of certain countries, including Australia, who are travelling to Indonesia for certain business-related activities for up to 30 days may not be required to obtain visas (see free visa for short visit)

  5. Visitors from certain countries can also apply visa on arrival for staying in Indonesia up to 30 days with possible extension (see visa on arrival).

  6. Visa applications by citizen of certain countries (Afghanistan, Cameroon, Guinea, Israel, Liberia, Nigeria, DPRK/North Korea, and Somalia) require approval/authorization from the Directorate General of Immigration in Jakarta (see calling Visa).

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